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ASUS announces their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs

ASUS announces their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs

ASUS announces their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs

ASUS announces their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs

 
ASUS has announced their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs, with 10 new GPUs in total. Like all GTX 1050 series GPUs these new cards from ASUS are designed to offer high price-performance with a low TDP and in a small form factor.
 

The GTX 1050 and 1050Ti will be priced starting at $109 and $139 respectively in the US, with the GTX 1050 coming with 640 CUDA cores and 2GB of VRAM and the GTX 1050Ti coming with 768 CUDA cores and 4GB of VRAM.

ASUS' new GTX 1050 series cards will come with a range of features and clock speeds to suit all users, with the single fan Phoenix model for the low end ranging all the way to the factory overclocked GTX 1050 Ti Strix which comes with a dual fan RGB illuminated cooler design. 

  

ASUS announces their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs  ASUS announces their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs
Sadly the specification of that ASUS have given us for their GTX 1050 and GTX 1050Ti GPUs are incomplete at this time, with all    clock speeds listed as Nvidia's reference base/boost clock speeds. These will change before launch as ASUS applies factory overclocks for each market segment. 

Like most Pascal GPUs Nvidia's GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs should overclock to peak boost clock speeds of around 2000MHz, giving the GTX 1050 series a lot of overclocking headroom. We will update the graph below as ASUS releases more detailed specifications.

 

 Core ClockBoost ClockCUDA CoresMemory Bus SizeVRAM CapacityCooler TypeRGB Immulination
ROG GTX 1050 Ti Strix OC--768128-bit4GBDual FanYes
ROG GTX 1050 Ti Strix1290MHz1392MHz768128-bit4GBDual FanYes
ASUS GTX 1050 Ti Expidition1290MHz1392MHz768128-bit4GBDual FanNo
ASUS GTX 1050 Ti Dual1290MHz1392MHz768128-bit4GBDual FanNo
ASUS GTX 1050 Ti Phoenix1290MHz1392MHz768128-bit4GBSingle FanNo
ROG GTX 1050 Strix OC--640128-bit2GBDual FanYes
ROG GTX 1050 Strix1354MHz1455MHz640128-bit2GBDual FanYes
ASUS GTX 1050 Expidition1353MHz1455MHz640128-bit2GBDual FanNo
ASUS GTX 1050 Dual1354MHz1455MHz640128-bit2GBDual FanNo
ASUS GTX 1050 Phoenix1354MHz1455MHz640128-bit2GBSingle fanNo

 

ASUS announces their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs  ASUS announces their new lineup of GTX 1050 and 1050Ti GPUs

 

Nvidia's GTX 1050 and 1050Ti will release on October 25th, so we expect to hear more detailed specification before then alongside UK pricing for these new GPUs. 

 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' GTX 1050 and 1050Ti range of GPUs on the OC3D Forums

  

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18-10-2016, 11:06:30

Chrazey
10 GPUs in total?... Not bad Quote

18-10-2016, 12:04:24

NeverBackDown
Here we go again with another 100+ variants of one card from Nvidia.Quote

18-10-2016, 13:08:20

Wraith
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Here we go again with another 100+ variants of one card from Nvidia.
Why not? At least Nvidia allow AIBs to do it. Quote

18-10-2016, 22:40:58

King of Old Old School
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Why not? At least Nvidia allow AIBs to do it.
Yep at least that is one good thing, IMO it's a fail that AMD doesn't allow that when the cards first comes out.

Same it's a BIG FAIL in my book.Quote

18-10-2016, 23:47:10

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Why not? At least Nvidia allow AIBs to do it.
So does AMD. Yet unlike AIBs for Nvidia, they release the same card 15 different times. AIBs for AMD only release a few cards with a clear tier hierarchy. Not with Nvidia, you got lost with 15 different cards. EVGA is the worst culprit. It's nothing against Nvidia or AMD. It's the AIBs and it's annoying as hell. Flood the market with nvidia cards and make finding an AMD card take more effort. You'd think they would opt to make it more equal so they get more money from another source otherwise with just one OEM(Nv) it becomes a price surge and no one ends up buying them because they become to expensive.Quote
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